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Private client specialist joins law firm’s Clitheroe office

Harrison Drury has strengthened its private client team with the appointment of trusts and estate planning expert Elizabeth Fletcher. Elizabeth joins Harrison Drury as associate solicitor. She previously worked at…


Congratulations to our new solicitor Alex Walmsley

We’re delighted to announced that Alex Walmsley has become a qualified solicitor after completing his two years of training with the firm. Alex, who joined us in 2016, has completed…


Monitoring employees at work – When is it justified and what is allowed?

Following last year’s changes to data protection laws and the enhanced focus on privacy, Harrison Drury’s employment and regulatory team, headed up by Roger Spence, looks at the implications of…


Four ways of protecting wealth for your family

Laura Brereton – a wills, inheritance and trusts expert in our Home & Family team – gives an introduction to protecting your wealth. While many people spend the early part…

Work experience at Harrison Drury – Joshua’s diary

My name is Joshua Atkinson and I'm in my second year of college at Cardinal Newman College. Here's my Harrison Drury work experience diary. You may think, why is Harrison…


Two new commercial property lawyers for Harrison Drury

Harrison Drury has added two more solicitors to its commercial property team in the Lancaster and South Lakes region. Rebecca Cross has joined the firm from Poole Townsend and will…


What is a consent order and do I really need one?

Rebecca Patience, a solicitor in Harrison Drury’s divorce and family law team, points out the value of careful consideration to the resolution of financial matters following separation.  One of the…

Event offers safety advice for Lancashire’s lone workers

Employees who spend time working alone in the community are being offered advice on staying safe at event being held in Lancaster next month. The event is aimed at healthcare…


Harrison Drury announces 2019 chosen charities

We’re proud to announce that Harrison Drury has again nominated five charities, local to each branch office, to support throughout the year. The Preston office has nominated St Catherine’s Hospice…


What does the Right to Rent court ruling mean for landlords?

Following a significant decision of the High Court regarding private rental properties, Harrison Drury’s Residential Property team looks at the ‘Right to Rent’ scheme and what it could mean for…


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